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Cisco CUCM 7.1 Did the Phone Ring?

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I have some customer service people who will say that they didn't answer a particular call because their phone never rang.  Is there a way to track when and if a particular Cisco 7945 phone rang?
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Yes, if you have the callmanager traces from back then, or if you check the missed calls on the phone itself
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Thank you. Do you know what type of trace would need to be enabled to get the ringing? There are so many boxes to potentially check when setting up a trace.
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If you set them up to default and then set the level to Detailed, you will certainly obtain all needed details. Use Notepad++ to find this string

dd="445566

where 445566 is the called number. Check the timestamps at the beginning of each line to verify it is your call
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Thanks much.
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